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                 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

                           OF THE

 

                   HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

 

                         DURING THE

 

        FIRST SESSION OF THE FORTY EIGHTH PARLIAMENT

 

                            1994

 

 

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                                   INDEX

 

                                   of the

 

                           VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

                                   of the

 

                             HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

         For the First Session of the Forty Eighth Parliament, 1994

 

 

                                    NOTE

 

For proceedings on Bills, see under 'Bills'

For proceedings on Motions, see under 'Motions'

For Papers laid on the Table, see Index to Papers and Bills

 

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Address in Reply - Mover nominated, 9; moved, 13; debate, 16 (2), 17, 18, 22, 23, 27; presented, 30

Assembly -

  Adjournment -

   Debate, 14, 16, 23, 28, 35, 44, 78, 85, 134, 207.

   Extension of time for, 8, 38, 50, 57, 93, 96, 120, 160, 169, 200, 256, 262.

  Bills -

   Reasoned amendment, 213.

  Business -

   Discharge of, 138 (2).

   Postponement of, 29, 34, 41, 50, 56, 63 (2), 64, 65, 89, 90, 97 (2), 98 (3), 99, 110, 130, 131 (2), 137 (2), 139, 159, 166, 167 (2), 181 (3), 182, 183 (2), 188, 201, 204 (2), 206, 209, 230.

   Resumption of, 18.

  Chairman of Committees - appointment of, 4.

  Commission -

   Opening Parliament, 1.

   Swear, 2, 4.

  Committees -

   Joint -

     Living Resources - Appointed, 158, 201.

     Parliamentary Service - Appointed, 9,

     Women in Parliament - Appointed, 76, 160, 163.

   Select -

     Organs for Transplantation -

       Appointed, 209.

       Power to act during recess, 224.

   Sessional -

     Printing - Appointed, 8.

     Standing Orders, Appointed, 8.

   Standing -

     Economic and Finance -

       Appointed, 9.

       Appointment of Member, 120

       Substitution of Member, 22.

     Environment, Resources and Development - Appointed, 9.

     Legislative Review, Appointed, 9.

     Public Works - Appointment of Members, 216.

     Social Development, Appointed, 9.

  Conference -

   Meat Hygiene Bill, 265 (2), reported, 267.

   Limitation of Actions (Recovery of Taxes and Substantive Law) Amendment Bill, 217, reported, 221.

   Passenger Transport Bill, 182, reported, 145.

Assembly - continued -

   Statutes Amendment (Closure of Superannuation Schemes) Bill, 260, Substitution of Members, 262, reported, 266.

   Statutes Amendment (Constitution and Members Register of Interests) Bill, 231, agreeing to time for Conference, 261, reported, 265.

  Debate -

   Limitation of, 34, 49, 76, 89, 110, 140.

  Flinders University of South Australia -

   Election to Council, 8.

   Substitution of Member, 216.

  Governor -

   Opening Speech, tabled, 4.

   Proclamation summoning Parliament, 1.

   Summons from, 4.

  Joint Standing Order No. 6, Suspension of -

   To entitle the Chairman to a vote on every question, but when the votes are equal the Chairman shall also have a casting vote, 202.

  Legislative Council Vacancy - Assembly of Members of the Two Houses - Minutes of Proceedings, 5.

  Members -

   Death of -

     Mr J. Tiernan, 87.

   Death of former -

     Hon. J.C. Burdett, 4.

     Hon. J.M. Cooper, 4.

     Mr R. Groth, 47.

     Mr L. Hughes, 226.

   Named -

     Mr Clarke -

       Explanation accepted, 88.

       Explanation not accepted, suspension, 192.

   Resignation of - Mr M.J. Evans, 21.

   Sworn, 3.

  Messages, Delivery of, 154, 266.

  Questions without Notice - Extension of period for asking, 140, 203, 216.

  Recission of vote, 99, 140.

  Sitting -

   Extension of, 83, 154, 189.

   Next day of, 16, 27, 30, 43, 82, 140, 219, 227, 230.

   Suspension and resumption, 3, 4 (2), 16, 30, 43, 47, 87, 217, 221, 224 (2), 226, 256, 264, 266.

  Speaker -

   Commission to Swear, 4.

   Election of, 3.

   Presentation of, 3.

   Writ, Return to, 109.

  Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of -

   To enable a motion for the rescission of the motion for limitation of debate adopted on Tuesday 19 April to be moved forthwith, 140.

   To enable a notice of motion to be given, forthwith, 207.

   To enable Government Business to be considered until 1.00 p.m., 65.

   To enable him to move forthwith to rescind an order of the House made on Thursday 12 May relating to the next day of sitting, 226.

   To enable Orders of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations to be postponed until after Notices of Motion: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations are disposed of, 210.

   To enable Orders of the Day: Other Motions set down for today, where debate has ensued, to be taken into consideration forthwith, without debate, 217.

   To enable recission of the motion for limitation of debate adopted on Tuesday 12 April, 99.

   To enable the Acts Interpretation (Commencement Proclamations) Amendment Bill to pass through its remaining stages, forthwith, 27.

   To enable the House to sit beyond midnight, 264.

   To enable the introduction of Government Bills, 18.

   To enable the second reading debate on the Bill to be continued, 97.

   To enable - That until a Standing Orders Committee Report relating to Private Members' Business has been adopted by the House, Standing Orders be so far suspended in relation to Private Members' Business as to provide that-

   (a) unless otherwise ordered, the House meets on each Thursday at 10.30 a.m.

   (b) on Thursdays, Private Members' Business takes precedence in the following manner:

     (i) 10.30 a.m. - 12.00 noon - Bills, motions for disallowance of regulations and motions with respect to Committees;

     (ii) 12.00 noon - 1.00 p.m. - Other Motions, provided that -

       (A) Notices of Motion will take priority over Orders of the Day in (i) and unless otherwise ordered, for the first 30 minutes in (ii);

       (B) if all business in (i) is completed before the allotted time the House proceeds to (ii);

       (C) if all business in (ii) is completed before 1.00 p.m. on Thursdays the sitting of the House is suspended until 2.00 p.m.

   (c) the following time limits will apply -


Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of - continued -

       Mover, 15 minutes;

       One Member opposing the question, as deputed by the Speaker, 15 minutes;

       Other Members, 10 minutes;

       Mover in reply, 5 minutes;

     provided that -

     (i) an extension of 15 minutes may be granted, by leave, to a Member moving the second reading of a Bill;

     (ii) leave to continue remarks may not be sought by any Member, but a Member speaking when the allotted time for that category of business is completed has the right to be heard first when the debate is next called on.

   (d) Notices of Questions ordinarily handed in by 9.00 a.m. on Thursdays must be handed in to the Clerk Assistant by the adjournment of the House on the preceding day, 37.

   To provide that -

     (a) at the conclusion of the period for questions without notice, the Speaker may propose the question "That the House note grievances".  Up to six members may speak for a maximum of five minutes each before the Speaker puts the question.

     (b) the motion for adjournment of the House on Tuesdays and Wednesdays may be debated for up to 20 minutes, provided it is moved before 10.00 p.m.

   (c) the motion for adjournment of the House on Thursdays -

     (i) may be moved later than 5.00 p.m.;

     (ii) may not be debated, 18.

  University of Adelaide - Election to Council, 8.

  University of South Australia - Appointment to Council, 8.

  Writ and Return, 2.

  Writ, Return to, 215.

Bills -

                                 HA= House of Assembly

                                 LC = Legislative Council

                                 SO = Standing Orders

                                 1r = First reading

                                 2r = Second reading

                                 Ctee = In Committee

                                 3r = Third reading

                                 Where "Ctee" does not appear before "3r", leave

                                 of the House was given for the Bill to proceed to

                                 the third reading without consideration in Committee

 

  Acts Interpretation (Commencement Proclamations) Amendment (No. 5) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 28; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 29; assent, 35. Act No. 1 of 1994.

  Acts Interpretation (Monetary Amounts) Amendment (No. 30) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 84  ; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 92; returned by LC without amendment, 189; assent, 231. Act No. 15 of 1994.

  Adelaide Festival Centre Trust (Miscellaneous) Amendment  (No. 34) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 98;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 160,161; assent, 231. Act No. 16 of 1994.

  Administrative Arrangements (No. 4) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 25; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 51; assent, 89. Act No. 3 of 1994.

  Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (South Australia) (No. 43) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 132; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 162; returned by LC without amendment, 263; assent, 270. Act No. 47 of 1994.

  Constitution (Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission) Amendment (No. 59) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 168; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 202; returned by LC without amendment, 224; assent, 269. Act No. 36 of 1994.

  Constitution (Members of Parliament Disqualification) Amendment [see Statutes Amendment (Constitution and Members Register of Interests) (Nos 48, 66)]

  Controlled Substances (Destruction of Cannabis) Amendment (No. 61) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 168; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 200; returned by LC without amendment, 224; assent, 268. Act No. 27 of 1994.

  Correctional Services (Prisoners' Goods) Amendment (No. 1) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 20; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 37; returned by LC without amendment, 52; assent, 89. Act No. 4 of 1994.

  Courts Administration (Directions by the Governor) Amendment (No. 17) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 43; 2r debate, 140,184,215; reasoned amendment, 215,216; Bill withdrawn, 216,217. Bill withdrawn and referred to the Legislative Review Committee.

  Criminal Law Consolidation (Child Sexual Abuse) (No. 58) - Received from LC and 1r, 165; 2r moved, 169; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 206; assent, 268. Act No. 23 of 1994.

  Criminal Law Consolidation (Sexual Intercourse) Amendment (No. 46) - Received from LC and 1r, 136; 2r moved, 144;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 171; assent, 231. Act No. 19 of 1994.

  Criminal Law Consolidation (Stalking) Amendment (No. 19) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 46;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 80; assent, 111. Act No. 7 of 1994.

  Crown Lands (Liability of the Crown) Amendment (No. 42) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 132; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 161,162; returned by LC without amendment, 226; assent, 268.  Act No. 26 of 1994.

  Daylight Saving (Prescribed Period) Amendment (No. 47) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 139. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Debits Tax (No. 31) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 84; recommended by Governor, 89; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 92,93; returned by LC without amendment, 189; assent, 231. Act No. 13 of 1994.

  Domestic Violence (No. 70) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 199; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 209; assent, 268.  Act No. 22 of 1994.

  Electoral (Abolition of Compulsory Voting) Amendment (No. 6) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 28; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 40,41. Negatived in LC.  

Bills - continued -

  Environment, Resources and Development Court (Native Title) Amendment (No. 49) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 142,143. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Forestry (Abolition of Board) Amendment (No. 52) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 143; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 169; returned by LC without amendment, 228; assent, 269. Act No. 34 of 1994.

  Guardianship and Administration (Approved Treatment Centres) Amendment (No. 15) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 40; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 78; returned by LC without amendment, 94; assent, 167. Act No. 8 of 1994.

  Harbors and Navigation (Ports Corporation and Miscellaneous Amendment (Nos 68, 74) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 199; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 208; amendment agreed to by LC, 225; assent, 269. Act No. 45 of 1994.

  Industrial and Employee Relations (Nos 24, 56) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 58; recommended by Governor, 68; 2r debate and 2r, 98; Ctee, 98,101-108,112-128,133-135,155; reported with amendments and 3r, 155,156; returned by LC with amendments, 233-251; amendments agreed to without amendment by HA,  251,258,259,262,263; assent, 270. Act No. 52 of 1994.

  Irrigation (No. 50) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 143; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 169,170; returned by LC without amendment, 224; assent, 269. Act No. 39 of 1994.

  Juries (Jurors in Remote Areas) Amendment (Nos 39, 63) - Received from LC and 1r, 129; 2r moved, 132;  2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 170; amendments agreed to by LC, 198; assent, 268. Act No. 24 of 1994.

  Land Acquisition (Native Title) Amendment (No. 75) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 218. Lapsed owing to Prorogation

  Limitation of Actions (Recovery of Taxes and Substantive Law) Amendment (Nos 36, 45) - Received from LC and 1r, 108; 2r moved, 112; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 133; amendments disagreed to by LC and amendments insisted on by HA, 179; Conference requested by LC and granted by HA, 218,219;  time and place agreed to by LC, 221; Conference reported and recommendations agreed to by HA, 223; recommendations from Conference agreed to by LC, 227; assent, 269. Act No. 41 of 1994.

  Liquor Licensing (Gaming Machines) Amendment (No. 76) - Received from LC, 1R and 2r moved, 228; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 233; assent, 269. Act No. 42 of 1994.

  Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment (No. 9) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 29; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 46; returned by LC without amendment, 87; assent, 111.  Act No. 6 of 1994. 

  Lottery and Gaming (Two up on Anzac Day) Amendment (No. 11) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 31; 2r debate, 43,65; 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r negatived, 65,66. Negatived in HA

  Meat Hygiene (No. 37) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 112; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 161; returned by LC with an amendment, 263; amendment disagreed to by HA, 265; amendment insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on and Conference requested by HA, and Conference granted by LC, 266; Conference reported, 267,268; recommendations agreed to by LC and HA, 268; assent, 270. Act No. 48 of 1994.

  Mental Health (Transitional Provision) Amendment (No. 16) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 40; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 78; returned by LC without amendment, 94; assent, 167. Act No. 10 of 1994.

  Mining (Native Title) Amendment (No 51) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 143. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Administration) Amendment (Nos 14, 28) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 37; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 74,75; returned by LC with amendments, 186-189; amendments agreed to without amendment, amendments agreed to with amendments, amendments disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu, amendments disagreed to, and consequential amendment made by HA, 221-223; amendments to amendments agreed to, amendment to an amendment disagreed to, amendments not insisted on, amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to, amendments insisted on and alternative amendments disagreed to, amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to with amendments, amendment not insisted on, alternative amendment made by HA disagreed to but an alternative amendment made in lieu by LC, and amendment to an amendment agreed to and a consequential amendment made by LC, 259-261; assent, 270. Act No. 50 of 1994.

  Parliamentary Committees (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 29, 33) - Received from LC and 1r, 80; 2r moved, 84; 2r debate and 2r, 92; Ctee, 92,95; reported with amendments and 3r, 95; amendments disagreed to by LC and amendments not insisted on by HA, 178,179; assent, 231. Act No. 18 of 1994.

  Passenger Transport (Nos 38, 55) - Received from LC and 1r, 128; 2r moved, 132; 2r debate and 2r, 136; Ctee, 136,144; reported with amendments and 3r, 144; amendments disagreed to by LC and amendments insisted on by HA, 180,181; Conference requested by LC, granted by HA and time and place agreed to by LC, 181,182; sitting of House continued during Conference, 184; Conference reported and recommendations agreed to by HA, 195-198; recommendations agreed to by LC, 203; assent, 268. Act No. 30 of 1994.

  Payroll Tax (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 7) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 28; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 45,46; returned by LC without amendment, 85; assent, 111. Act No. 5 of 1994.

  Petroleum (Submerged Lands) (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 10) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 29; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 46; returned by LC with amendments, 198; amendments agreed to by HA, 202; assent, 268. Act No. 29 of 1994.

  Police (Surrender of Property on Suspension) Amendment (No. 53) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 143; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 170; returned by LC without amendment, 225; assent, 269. Act No. 32 of 1994.

  Racing (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 18) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 45; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 79; returned by LC with amendments, 164,165; amendments agreed to by HA, 170,171; assent, 268. Act No. 25 of 1994.

  Real Property (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 20) - - Received from LC and 1r, 52; 2r moved, 58; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 91,92; assent, 193. Act No. 11 of 1994.

  Retirement Villages (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 26, 44) - Recommended by Governor, 45; received from LC and 1r, 59; 2r moved, 68; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 132,133; amendment agreed to by LC, 142; assent, 193. Act No. 12 of 1994.

  South Australian Ports Corporation (Nos 67, 73) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 199; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 208; amendment agreed to by LC, 225; assent, 269. Act No. 44 of 1994.


Bills - continued -

  Stamp Duties (Concessions) Amendment (No. 23) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 58; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 93,94; returned by LC with suggested amendments and suggested amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 224; assent, 269. Act No. 31 of 1994.

  Stamp Duties (Securities Clearing House) Amendment (Nos 22, 40) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 58; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 93; returned by LC without amendment, 190; assent, 231. Act No. 14 of 1994.

  The Standard Time (Eastern Standard Time) Amendment (No. 35) - - Leave, 1r, 2r moved and SO suspended, 99; 2r debate, 99,139,140,184,214; 2r negatived, 215. Negatived in House of Assembly

  State Bank (Corporatisation) (Nos 8, 32) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 28; recommended by Governor, 32; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 84-87; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 145-155; assent, 231. Act No. 17 of 1994.

  Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's Portfolio) (No. 65) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 190; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment  and 3r, 209; assent, 268.  Act No. 21 of 1994.

  Statutes Amendment (Closure of Superannuation Schemes) (No. 60) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 168; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 200-202;C returned by LC with amendments, 226,227; amendment agreed to without amendment and amendments disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu by HA, 232; alternative amendments disagreed to and amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement to amendments insisted on and Conference requested by HA, 261,262; time and place agreed to by HA, 263,264; Managers substituted, 264; recommendations from Conference agreed to by LC, 266; Conference reported and recommendations agreed to by HA, 267; assent, 270. Act No. 46 of 1994.

  Statutes Amendment (Constitution and Members Register of Interests) (Nos 48, 66) - Received from LC and 1r, 142; 2r moved, 144;  2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments [renamed Constitution (Members of Parliament Disqualification) Amendment] and 3r, 190; amendments disagreed to by LC, 203; amendments insisted on by HA, 206; Conference requested by LC, 225; Conference granted by HA, 232,233; place agreed but time altered by LC, and time agreed to by HA, 263; Conference reported and recommendations agreed to by HA, 266,267; recommendations agreed to by LC, 268; assent, 269. Act No. 40 of 1994.

  Statutes Amendment (Courts) (Nos 69, 72) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 199; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 207,208; amendment disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA, 225; disagreement to amendments not insisted on by LC, 227; assent, 269. Act No. 43 of 1994.

  Statutes Amendment (Notice of Closure of Educational Institutions) (No. 64) - Received from LC and 1r, 178; 2r moved, 185. Lapsed owing to Prorogation

  Statutes Amendment (Truth in Sentencing) (No. 54) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 143; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 171-173; returned by LC without amendment, 227; assent, 269. Act No. 35 of 1994.

  Statutes Amendment (Waterworks and Sewerage) (No. 62) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 169; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 198; returned by LC without amendment, 224; assent, 33. Act No. 33 of 1994.

  Statutes Repeal (Incorporation of Ministers) (No. 3) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 25; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 51; assent, 89. Act No. 2 of 1994.

  Statutes Repeal (Obsolete Agricultural Acts) (No. 57) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 160; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 206; returned by LC without amendment, 228; assent, 269. Act No. 38 of 1994.

  Summary Procedure (Restraining Orders) Amendment (No. 71) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 199; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 209; assent, 268. Act No. 20 of 1994.

  Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 41) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 132; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 161; returned by LC with an amendment, 227; amendment agreed to by HA, 232; assent, 269. Act No. 37 of 1994.

  Supply (No. 2) - Recommended by Governor, 11; - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 24; 2r debate, 29,30,31;2r, 31; Grievance debate, 32,37; 3r, 37; returned by LC without amendment, 223; assent, 268. Act No. 28 of 1994.

  Wills (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 25) - Received from LC and 1r, 59; 2r moved, 68; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 92; assent, 167. Act No. 9 of 1994.

  WorkCover Corporation (Nos 12, 21) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 36; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 52-55; returned by LC with amendments, 162-164; amendments agreed to without amendment, amendments agreed to with amendments and amendments disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu by HA, 190,191; amendments to amendments agreed to, amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to, and amendment to an amendment disagreed to, that amendment not insisted on but an alternative amendment made in lieu by LC, 251,252; amendment to amendment not insisted on and alternative amendment made by LC in lieu of its amendment not insisted on agreed to by HA, 258; assent, 270. Act No. 51 of 1994.

  Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Administration) Amendment (Nos 13, 27) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 36; 2r debate, 59,60; 2r, 60; Ctee, 60-62,67,68-73; reported with amendments and 3r, 73,74; returned by LC with amendments, 173-177; amendments agreed to without amendment and a consequential amendment made, amendments disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu and amendments disagreed to by HA, 191,192; amendments not insisted on, amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to, amendment not insisted on and alternative amendment agreed to with an amendment,amendments to an amendment agreed to, consequential amendment agreed to, amendments insisted on and alternative amendments disagreed to, and amendments insisted on, alternative amendments disagreed to but amendments made to amendments insisted on by LC, 252-257; disagreement to amendments not insisted on, alternative amendments not insisted on, LC amendments to its amendments agreed to, and LC amendment to HA alternative amendment agreed to, 264, 265; assent, 270. Act No. 49 of 1994.

Divisions -

  Citizens Initiated Referenda - Motion for referral to Legislative Review Committee, 210.

  Courts Administration (Directions by the Governor) Amendment Bill - amendment be agreed to, 213, 214.

  Daylight Saving (Prescribed Period) Amendment Bill - further adjourn debate, 211.

  Electoral (Abolition of Compulsory Voting) Amendment Bill - Second reading, 39.


Divisions - continued -

  Industrial and Employee Relations Bill -

   Amendment moved, 99, 101, 104, 105, 111, 112, 113, 115, 116, 123, 124, 256, 260.

   Clause, as amended, be agreed to, 100.

   Clause stand as printed, 102, 103, 114, 117, 118, 119, 122, 124, 132.

   New clause be inserted, 126, 132.

   Third reading, 153.

  Limitation of debate, 89.

  Lottery and Gaming (Two up on Anzac Day) Amendment Bill - Third reading, 63.

  Meat Hygiene Bill, amendment be disagreed to, 263.

  Members explanation be accepted, 192.

  Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Administration) Amendment Bill -

   Third reading, 72.

   In Committee, 219

  Racing (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 77.

  Salisbury Campus University of South Australia - Motion re, 139.

  State Bank (Corporatisation) Bill -

   In Committee, 83.

   Third reading, 84.

  Statutes Amendment (Closure of Superannuation Schemes) Bill -

   Second reading, 198.

   In Committee, 199.

   Third reading, 200.

  Statutes Amendment (Courts) Bill - In Committee, 205.

  Statutes Amendment (Truth in Sentencing) Bill - Clause stand as printed, 170, 171.

  The Standard Time (Eastern Standard Time) Amendment Bill - Second reading, 212.

  WorkCover Corporation Bill - In Committee, 50, 52, 53.

  WorkCover - Motion re, 218.

  Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Administration) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 58, 59, 60, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 262.

Messages from the Governor -

  No. 1 - Supply Bill 1994 - Recommending, 11.

  No. 2 - State Bank (Corporisation) Bill - Recommending, 30.

  No. 3 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 33.

  No. 4 - Retirement Villages (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 43.

  No. 5 - Industrial and Employee Relations Bill - Recommending, 66.

  No. 6 - Debit Tax Bill - Recommending, 87.

  No. 7 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 87.

  No. 8 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 109.

  No. 9 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 165.

  No.10 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 191.

  No. 11 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 229.

Messages from the Legislative Council -

  No. 1 - Standing Orders Committee - Notification of appointment, 12.

  No. 2 - Printing Committee - Notification of appointment, 13.

  No. 3 - Joint Parliamentary Service Committee - Notification of appointment, 13.

  No. 4 - Environment, Resources and Development Committee - Notification of appointment, 13.

  No. 5 - Social Development Committee - Notification of appointment, 13.

  No. 6 - Legislative Review Committee - Notification of appointment, 13.

  No. 7 - University of South Australia - Resolution re, 14.

  No. 8 - Statutes Repeal (Incorporation of Ministers) Bill, transmitting, 23.

  No. 9 - Administrative Arrangements Bill, transmitting, 23.

  No. 10 - Acts Interpretation (Commencement Proclamations) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 26.

  No. 11 - Criminal Law Consolidation (Stalking) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 44.

  No. 12 - Real Property (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 50.

  No. 13 - Correctional Services (Prisoners' Goods) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments, 50.

  No. 14 - Country Members Accommodation Allowance - Resolution re, 57.

  No. 15 - Wills (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 57.

  No. 16 - Retirement Villages (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 57.

  No. 17 - Women in Parliament - Resolution re, 76.

  No. 18 - Parliamentary Committees (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 78.

  No. 19 - Pay-roll Tax (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 83.

  No. 20 - Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 85.

  No. 21 - Guardianship and Administration (Approved Treatment Centres) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 92.

  No. 22 - Mental Health (Transitional Provision) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 92.

  No. 23 - Adelaide Festival Centre Trust (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 96.

  No. 24 - Limitation of Actions (Recovery of Taxes and Substantive Law) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 106.

  No. 25 - Passenger Transport Bill, transmitting, 126.

  No. 26 - Juries (Jurors in Remote Areas) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 127/

  No. 27 - Racism - Resolution re, 133.

Messages from the Legislative Council - continued -

  No. 28 - Criminal Law Consolidation (Sexual Intercourse) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 134.

  No. 29 - Statutes Amendment (Constitution and Members Register of Interests) Bill, transmitting, 140.

  No. 30 - Retirement Villages (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 140.

  No. 31 - State Bank (Corporatisation) Bill, returning with amendments, 143.

  No. 32 - WorkCover Corporation Bill, returning with amendments, 160.

  No. 33 - Racing (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 162.

  No. 34 - Criminal Law Consolidation (Child Sexual Abuse) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 163.

  No. 35 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Administration) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 171.

  No. 36 - Statutes Amendment (Notice of Closure of Educational Institutions) Bill - transmitting, 176.

  No. 37 - Parliamentary Committees (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - disagreeing to amendments, 176.

  No. 38 - Limitation of Actions (Recovery of Taxes and Substantive Law) Amendment Bill, disagreeing to amendments, 177.

  No. 39 - Passenger Transport Bill, disagreeing to amendments, 178.

  No. 40 - Adelaide to Darwin Railway - Motion for Joint Committee - Resolution, re, 179.

  No. 41 - Passenger Transport Bill - requesting Conference, 179.

  No. 42 - Passenger Transport Bill, agreeing to time and place, 180.

  No. 43 - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Administration) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 186.

  No. 44 - Acts Interpretation (Monetary Amounts) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 187.

  No. 45 - Debits Tax Bill, returning without amendment, 187.

  No. 46 - Stamp Duties (Securities Clearing House) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 188.

  No. 47 - Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's) Portfolio Bill, transmitting, 188.

  No. 48 - Juries (Jurors in Remote Areas) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments, 196.

  No. 49 - Petroleum (Submerged Lands) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments, 196.

  No. 50 - South Australian Ports Corporation Bill, transmitting, 197.

  No. 51 - Harbors and Navigation (Ports Corporation and Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 197.

  No. 52 - Statutes Amendment (Courts) Bill, transmitting, 197.

  No. 53 - Domestic Violence Bill, transmitting, 197.

  No. 54 - Summary Procedure (Restraining Orders) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 197.

  No. 55 - Constitution (Member of Parliament Disqualification) Amendment Bill, disagreeing to amendments, 201

  No. 56 - Passenger Transport Bill, agreeing to recommendations from Conference, 201.

  No. 57 - Limitation of Actions (Recovery of Taxes and Substantive Law) Amendment Bill, requesting Conference, 216.

  No. 58 - Limitation of Actions (Recovery of Taxes and Substantive Law) Amendment Bill, agreeing to time and place for Conference, 219.

  No. 59 - Supply Bill, returning without amendment, 221.

  No. 60 - Statutes Amendment (Waterworks and Sewerage) Bill, returning without amendments, 222.

  No. 61 - Controlled Substances (Destruction of Cannabis) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments, 222.

  No. 62 - Irrigation Bill, returning without amendments, 222.

  No. 63 - Constitution (Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 222.

  No. 64 - Stamp Duties (Concessions) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 222.

  No. 65 - South Australian Ports Corporation Bill, agreeing to amendments, 223.

  No. 66 -  Harbors and Navigation (Ports Corporation and Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, agreeing to amendments, 223.

  No. 67 - Police (Surrender of Property on Suspension) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments, 223.

  No. 68 - Statutes Amendment (Constitution and Members Register of Interests) Bill, requesting a Conference, 223.

  No. 69 - Statutes Amendment (Courts) Bill, disagreeing to amendments, 223.

  No. 70 - Crown Land (Liability of the Crown) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments, 224.

  No. 71 - Statutes Amendment (Closure of Superannuation Schemes) Bill, returning with amendments, 224.

  No. 72 - Statutes Amendment (Courts) Bill, not insisting on disagreed amendments, 225.

  No. 73 - Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 225.

  No. 74 - Limitation of Actions (Recovery of Taxes and Substantive Law) Amendment Bill, agreeing to recommendations from Conference, 225.

  No. 75 - Statutes Amendment (Truth in Sentencing) Bill, returning without amendments, 225.

  No. 76 - Joint Committee on Living Resources - Motion for Joint Select Committee, agreeing to, 225.

  No. 77 - Forestry (Abolition of Board) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments, 226.

  No. 78 - Statutes Amendment (Obsolete Agricultural Acts) Bill, returning without amendments, 226.

  No. 79 - Liquor Licencing (Gaming Machines) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 226.

  No. 80 - Industrial and Employee Relations, returning with amendments, 231.

  No. 81 - WorkCover Corporation Bill, not insisting on amendments, agreeing to amendments, disagreeing to amendment, making alternative amendment, 250.

  No. 82 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Administration) Amendment Bill, not insisting on amendments, agreeing to alternative amendments, not insisting on amendments but agreeing to alternative amendment with an amendment, agreeing to amendments and consequential amendment without amendment, insisting on amendments and disagreeing to amendments, 250.

  No. 83 - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Administration) Bill, agreeing to amendments without amendment, not insisting on amendments, agreeing to alternative amendment, insisting on amendments, disagreeing to amendments, insisting on amendment, disagreeing to amendment, not insisting on amendments but agreeing to alternative amendments with amendments, not insisting on amendment but disagreeing to alternative amendment and making an alternative amendment, agreeing to amendment and making a consequential amendment, disagreeing to consequential amendment, 257.

  No. 84 - Statutes Amendment (Closure of Superannuation Schemes) Bill, disagreeing to alternative amendments and insisting on amendments, 259.

  No. 85 - Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (South Australia) Bill, returning without amendment, 261.

Messages from the Legislative Council - continued -

  No. 86 - Meat Hygiene Bill, returning with amendment, 261.

  No. 87 - Statutes Amendment (Constitutional and Members Register of Interests) Bill, agreeing to place but disagreeing to time for Conference, 261.

  No. 88 - Statutes Amendments (Closure of Superannuation Schemes) Bill, agreeing to grant a Conference, 261.

  No. 89 - Statutes Amendment (Closure of Superannuation Schemes), Bill, agreeing to recommendations, 264.

  No. 90 - Meat Hygiene Bill, insisting of amendment, 265.

  No. 91 - Meat Hygiene Bill, agreeing to grant Conference, 265.

  No. 92 - Statutes Amendment (Constitution and Members Register of Interests) Bill, agreeing to recommendations from Conference, 267.

  No. 93 - Meat Hygiene Bill, agreeing to recommendations from Conference, 267.

Motions -

  Adelaide City Soccer Team - Motion re, 183, 217; agreed to, 217.

  Breast Cancer Research Funding - Motion re, 98, 138, 217; agreed to, 217.

  Bushfire Fighters - Motion re, 42, 64, 99, 139, 218; agreed to, 218.

  Citizens Initiated Referenda, Referral to Legislative Review Committee - Motion re, 137, 210; agreed to, 210.

  Contax and Garville Netball Clubs - Motion re, 183; agreed to, 183.

  Country Members Accommodation Allowance - Resolution re, 65.

  Craigburn Farm - Motion re, 29.

  District Council of Murat Bay - By-law No. 16 - Moveable Signs - Motion for disallowance, 97.

  District Council of Stirling - By-law No. 42 - Moveable Signs - Motion for disallowance, 97.

  Drivers Licence Photographs - Motion re, 98, 138.

  Environment, Resources and Development Committee Report - Development Act - Regulations - Motion to note, 210; agreed to, 210.

  Firefighter Aircraft - Reference to Environment, Resources and Development Committee - Motion re, 98, 138.

  Government Management and Employment Act - Regulations - Various Remade - Motion for disallowance, 209; agreed to, 209.

  Industrial Commission of South Australia Consultative Panel, Motion re, 262; agreed to, 262.

  Industry Statement - Motion re, 42, 64, 219; agreed to, 219.

  Light Motor Vehicle Inspections, Referral to Environment, Resources and Development Committee - Motion re, 137, 181, agreed to 182.

  Local Government Act - Regulations - Superannuation Scheme - Motion for disallowance, 209; agreed to, 209.

  Medicare Agreement - Motion re, 29, 219; agreed to, 219.

  Minister for Tourism's Marketing Plan - Motion re, 138.

  Organ Donation - Motion for Select Committee, 210, agreed to, 210.

  Rural Poverty - Reference to Social Development Committee - Motion re, 42; agreed to, 42.

  Salisbury Campus University of South Australia - Motion re, 139; agreed, 139.

  Social Development Committee Interim Report on Rural Poverty - Motion to note, 181; agreed to, 181.

  South African Democracy - Motion re, 183, 217; agreed to, 217.

  South Australian Softball Association - Motion re, 138.

  Unemployment Recipients - Motion re, 183.

  University of South Australia - Closure of Salisbury Campus - Motion re, 98.

  Women in Parliament - Motion for Joint Committee, 160.

  WorkCover - Motion re, 41, 218; agreed to 218.

  Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act - Regulations - Hearing Loss - Motion for disallowance, 209; agreed to, 209.

  Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act - Regulations - Written Determinations - Motion for disallowance, 210; agreed to, 210.

 

Papers                                                                                   Paper No

  Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, Royal Commission into - Implementation  Report, April 1994 (218)

  Abortions Notified in South Australia, Committee Appointed to Examine and

    Report on - Report, 1993 (218)                                              90

  Audit Commission, South Australian - Report, April 1994 (159)

  Audit, Commission  of  - Terms of Reference (97)

  Auditor-General, Supplementary Report for the year ended 30 June 1993(159)    4B

  Auditor-General's Department - Report on Operations, 1992-93 (6)               4

  Carrick Hill Trust - Report, 1992-93 (6)

  Charitable Funds, Commissioners for - Report, 1992-93 (218)                   86

  Classification of Publications Board - Report, 1992-93 (14)                  116

  Coast Protection Board - Report, 1992-93 (160)                                51

  Committees -

    Economic and Finance -

      Response to  Seventh Report by the Premier (27)

      Response to Eighth Report by the Premier (27)

    Environment, Resources and Development -

      Tenth Report - Southend Foreshore Erosion (8)                            184

      Eleventh Report - Development Act - Regulations (205)                    172

      Regulations under the Development Act - First Report (57)

    Legislative Review -

      Minutes of Evidence -

        City of Tea Tree Gully - By-laws - Various (168)

        Education Act - Alberton Primary School Council (39)

Papers - continued -

      Reports, Regulations - First to  Sixteenth  (17 (2), 27, 39, 57, 58, 83, 84 (2), 97, 131 (2), 167, 168, 205 (2))

    Social Development -

      Response to Second Report by the Minister of Health (50)

      Fourth Report - Rural Poverty in South Australia - Interim Report (167)  171

  Consolidated Account, Statement of, for the Month of December 1993 (17)

  Consumer Affairs, Commissioner for - Report, 1992-93 (14)                    75A

  Corporation By-laws -

    Adelaide - No.12 - Public Restaurants and Fish Shops (6)

    Mitcham - No.2 - Streets and Public Places (160)

    Noarlunga - No. 18 - STED Schemes (6)

    Port Adelaide - No.12 - Movable Signs (14)

    Port Lincoln - No.27 - Garbage Containers (36)

    Tea Tree Gully -

      No.1 - Permits and Penalties (50)

      No.2 - Streets and Public Places (50)

      No.3 - Parklands and Reserves (50)

      No.4 - Swimming Centres (50)

      No.5 - Garbage (50)

      No.6 - Dogs (50)

      No.7 - Animals, Birds and Bees (50)

      No.8 - Caravans (50)

      No.9 - Flammable Undergrowth (50)

    Walkerville - No.36 - Movable Signs (14)

    West Torrens - No. 13 - Signs (232)

  Correctional Services Advisory Council of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (14)

  Correctional Services, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (7)                    38

  Country Arts Trust, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (6)

  Country Fire Service - Report, 1992-93 (24)                                  130

  District Council By-laws-

    Barossa -

      No.1 - Permits, Penalties and Fees (7)

      No.2 - Street Hawkers and Traders (7)

      No.3 - Bees (7)

      No.4 - Animals and Birds (7)

      No.5 - Garbage Removal (7)

      No.6 - Dogs (7)

      No.7 - Repeal of By-laws (7)

    Clare - No.2 - Movable Signs (14)

    Kapunda -

      No.1 - Permits, Penalties and Fees (7)

      No.2 - Street Hawkers and Traders (7)

      No.3 - Bees (7)

      No.4 - Animals and Birds (7)

      No.5 - Garbage Removal (7)

      No.6 - Dogs (7)

      No.7 - Repeal of By-laws (7)

    Mannum - No.11 - Movable Signs (160)

    Mount Remarkable - No.4 - Camping (7)

    Murat Bay - No.16 - Movable Signs (14)

    Penola -

      No.1 - Permits and Penalties (36)

      No.2 - Movable Signs (36)

      No.3 - Streets and Public Places (36)

    Port Elliot and Goolwa -

      No.1 - Permits and Penalties (7)

      No.2 - Taxis (7)

      No.3 - Caravans and Camping (7)

      No.4 - Traffic (7)

      No.19 - Movable Signs (7)

    Stirling - No.42 - Movable Signs (7)

    Victor Harbor - No.2 - Animals and Birds (218)

    Willunga -

      No.1 - Permits and Penalties (14)

      No.2 - Movable Signs (14)

  Electricity Trust of South Australia Contributory Superannuation Scheme - Report, 1992-93 (14)

  Electricity Trust of South Australia Superannuation Scheme - Actuarial Valuation of Fund Liabilities at 30 June 1993 (50)

  Electricity Trust of South Australia Superannuation Scheme - Trust Liabilities as at 30 June 1993 (111)

  Enfield General Cemetery Trust - Report, 1992-93 (6)

Papers - continued -

  Environmental Protection Council - Report, 1992-93 (7)                        95

  Equal  Opportunity, Commissioner for - Report, 1992-93 (35)                  109

  Evidence Act - Report of the  Attorney-General relating to Suppression Orders, 1992-93 (14)

  Family and Community Services, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (7)            23

  Financial Supervision, Office of, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (14)

  Flinders University of South Australia -

    Amendments to Statutes (14)

    Report, 1992 (14)

  Freedom of Information Act - Report on Operation, 1992-93 (6)

  Friendly Societies Act -

     Independent Order of  Odd Fellows, Grand Lodge of South Australia - Amendment

      to Constitution (14)

    Friendly Societies Medical Association Incorporated - General Laws (35)

    Lifeplan Community Services - General Laws (90)

  Government Adviser on Deregulation - Report, 1992-93 (6)

  Governor's Opening Speech                                                            1

  Implementation Report, April 1994 (218)

  Industrial and Commercial Training Commission - Report, 1992-93 (8)          100

  Industrial Relations Advisory Council - Report, 1993 (50)

  Legal Practitioners Complaints Committee - Report, 1992-93 (14)

  Legislative Council Vacancy - Assembly of the two Houses - Minutes, 10 February 1994 (5)

  Local Government Association - Report on the Operation of the Local Government Act, 1992-93 (20)

  Local Government Grants Commission, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (50)  106

  Meat Corporation, South Australian - Report,  1992-93 (7)                     59

  Meat Hygiene Authority - Report, 1992-93 (36)

  Member's, Register of Interests, House of Assembly - Registrar Statement, April 1994 (159)    133A

  Mines and Energy South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (7)                        26

  Mining and Quarrying Occupational Health and Safety Committee - Report, 1992-93 (6)

  Ministerial Statement -

    Consumer Legislation, Review of (217)

    Goolwa-Hindmarsh Island Bridge Link (14)

    Jobling, Mr David Paul (83)

    Sea-Land (Australia) Terminals Pty. Ltd. (32)

    State Bank of South Australia Legal Proceedings (83)

    Women's Advisory Council (50)

  Murray-Darling Basin Agreement - Schedule D (35)

  Murray-Darling Basin Commission -  Report, 1992-93 (7)

  National Crime Authority - Report, 1992-93 (5)                                 

  National Road Trauma Advisory Council - Report, 1992 (6)

  Non-Government Schools Registration Board - Report, 1992-93 (8)

  Nurses Board of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (218)                       82

  Occupational Health and Safety Commission - Report, 1992-93 (6)

  Outback Areas Community Development Trust - Report, 1992-93 (24)              47

  Planning Act - Crown Development Reports -

    Aldgate Primary School, Transportable Classrooms  (6)

    Darlington, Public Service Depots   (6)

    Victor Harbor Primary School (50)

  Planning Appeal Tribunal - Report, 1992-93 (6)                                71

  Privacy Committee of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (24)

  Public and Consumer Affairs, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (24)             75

  Public Parks Act - Disposal of Land - S.N. Davey Reserve, Port Adelaide (218)

  Regulations under Acts-

    Beverage Containers - Glass Containers Exempted (90)

    Branding of Pigs - Fees and Charges (7)

    Building - Transitional Provisions Class 1a and 10a Buildings (6)

    Clean Air -

      Backyard Burning - Burnside (77)

      City of Adelaide - Backyard Burning (7)

      Fee Exemption - Methyl Chloroform (7)

    Construction Industry Long Service Leave - Abolition of Compulsory Retirement (6)

    Country Fires - Abolition of Compulsory Retirement (7)

    Crown Proceedings - Officers Protection from Prosecution (5)

    Deer Keepers - Triennial Registration Fee (7)

    Development - Variations (6)

    Dog Control - Destruction Applications - Appeals (77)

    Dried Fruits - Registration - Producers/Packers (7)


Papers - continued -

    Education -

      Alberton Primary School (8)

      Teacher Registration Fees (8)

    Fisheries -

      Abalone Fisheries - Licence (24)

      General - Murray Cod - Fines (50)

      Lakes and Coorong Fishery - Murray Cod (50)

      Marine Scalefish - Transfer of Licence  (14)

      River Fishery - Murray Cod (50)

      SAFIC - Prescribed Body (7)

    Freedom of Information - Fees and Charges (6)

    Harbors -

      Dragon Boat Festival (6)

      Formula One Power Boat Grand Prix (160)

    Industrial and Commercial Training - Electrical Tradesperson (Powerline) (50)

    Industrial Relations -

      Non-legal Registered Agents (6)

      Registered Agents (6)

    Liquor Licensing - Dry Areas-

      Adelaide/Victor Harbor/Renmark (5)

      Port Elliot/Goolwa/Normanville (5)

    Local Government -

      Freedom of Information - Fees and Charges (6)

      Register of Officers Interests (232)

      Superannuation Scheme (45)

    Motor Vehicles -

      Demerit Points Scheme (6)

      Trader Plates (90)

    Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare - Employer Registration Fee (232)

    Physiotherapists -

      Registration and Practice (6)

    Public Corporations - Formation of STA Subsidiary - Austrics  (6)

    Real Property - Form of Instruments and Certificates of Title - Revocation (24)

    Renmark Irrigation Trust - General (50)

    Residential Tenancies - Landlord Exemptions (193)

    Road Traffic -

      Breath Analysis - Voluntary Breath Test (6)

      Television Receivers (6)

      The Code - Traffic Control Devices (6)

    State Supply - Forwood - Exempt Company (50)

    Superannuation -  Commutation of Pension (111)

    Tobacco Products Control - Sale of Tobacco Penalties (7)

    Urban Land Trust - Modbury Heights Land (50)

    Waterworks - Mount Lofty Ranges  Watershed (90)

    Worker's Liens - Forms (35)

    Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation -

      Assessment of Non-economic loss (50)

      Exempt Employers  - Non Bank Financial Institutions (6)

      Hearing Loss (50)

      Written Determinations (90)

    Young Offenders - Training Centre Review Board Procedure (5)

  Remuneration Tribunal - Reports relating to Determination-

    No.2 of 1993 - Judiciary (6)

    No.3 of 1993 - Members of Parliament (6)

    No.4 of 1993 - Planning Appeal Tribunal Commissioners (6)

    No.1  of 1994 - Members of Parliament (159)

  Reproductive Technology, South Australian Council on - Report, March 1994 (205)

  Research and Development Institute, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (77)

  Rules of Court -

    District Court -

      District Court Act-

        Adoption of Supreme Court Rules (5)

        Caseflow Management (90)

        Mental Health Act - Various (5)

    Environment, Resources and Development Court -

      Environment, Resources and Development Act - General (5)


Papers - continued -

    Magistrates Court -

      Magistrates Court Act -

        Affidavits - Solicitor's Fees (24)

        Civil - Personal Injuries Claim (49)

        Forms, Various - Amendments (90)

    Supreme Court -

      Supreme Court Act -

        Admission of Practitioners 1993 (5)

        Alteration of Documents - Pecuniary Damages (159)

        Amendments - Various (5)

        Appeals (90)

        Criminal - Caseflow Management (90)

        Foreign Judicial Process/Taxation of Costs (5)

      Youth Court -

        Youth Court Act - General (5)

  Rules of Racing - Bookmakers Licensing Board - Betting (193)

  Rural Debt in South Australia - Report, 1994 (167)

  Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia -

    Report, 1993 (111)                                                                          85

    Report, 1993, Table 5 Amendment (160)

  Small Business Corporation of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (6)

  Soil Conservation Council - Report, 1992-93 (7)

  South Australia, Bank of, Proposed Agreements Between the Government and, - March 1994 (50)

  South Australian -

    Audit Commission - Report, April 1994 (159)

    Country Arts Trust - Report, 1992-93 (6)

    Financial Supervision, Office of, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (14)

    Local Government Grants Commission - Report, 1992-93 (50)                  106

    Meat Corporation - Report, 1992-93 (7)                                      59

    Reproductive Technology, Council on - Report, March 1994 (205)

    Research and Development Institute - Report, 1992-93 (77)

    Waste Management Commission - Report, 1992-93 (50)                         131

  South Australian Health Commission -

    By-laws-

      Flinders Medical Centre - Traffic (35)

      Naracoorte Health Service Incorporated - Conduct on Premises (35)

  State Bank Corporatisation Technical Information Paper (32)

  State Services - Report, 1992-93 (6)                                          98

  State Supply Act 1985, Review of the - Report, March 1994 (205)

  Summary Offences Act -

    Dangerous Area Declarations -

      20 April to 19 July 1993 (5)

      20 July to 30 September 1993 (5)

      1 October to 31 December 1993 (49)

    Road Block Establishment Authorisations -

      20 April to 19 July 1993 (5)

      20 July to September 1993 (5)

      1 October to 31 December 1993 (49)

  Supreme Court, Judges of - Report, 1993 (90)

  Teachers Registration Board of South Australia - Report, 1993 (160)           89

  U F & S Carry-On Finance Survey - Ministerial File (167)

  Veterinary Surgeons Board - Report, 1992-93 (7)

  Waste Management Commission, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (50)         131

  Wilderness Protection Act - Report on the Operation of, 1992-93 (24)

  WorkCover Corporation - Report, 1992-93 (6)

Petitions

  Aberfoyle Park Police Station - No. 35 (77)

  Aldinga Primary School Classes - No.13 (13)

  Animal Husbandry Practices - Nos 9, 14, 24, 26, 36 and 48 (13, 17, 23, 27, 77, 159)

  Capital Punishment, Reintroduce - Nos 8, 20, 29 and 41 (13, 19, 39, 97)

  Child Sexual Abuse - No.21 (19)

  Chiton Rocks Sewerage System - No.2 (5)

  Death of Mr Terry Akritiois, Inquiry - No. 39 (90)

  Drug Offenders, Penalties - No.22 (19)

  Family Day Care Providers - No.23 (19)

  Graffiti Materials, Sale of - No.7 (13)

  Gulf St Vincent Environmental Protection - No. 43 (101)

  Horse Industry Supplementary Development Plan, City of Marion - No. 34 (68)

Petitions - continued -

  Hundred of Tickera to D.C. of Northern Yorke Peninsula - No. 37 (83)

  Language and Literacy Programs - No. 38 (83)

  Nurioopta, Traffic Lights - No. 51 (167)

  Old Noarlunga, Traffic Lights - Nos  40 and 45 (90, 131)

  Pedestrian Crossing -

    Commercial Road and Main Street, Seaford Rise - Nos  33 and 46 (57, 131)

    Port Road, Welland - No.47 (159)

  Petrol Tax  Increase - No. 25 (23)

  Plastic Milk Bottles - Nos 11, 15, 19, 27 and 31 (13, 17, 19, 27, 49)

  River Murray Water Quality - Nos 42, 44, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54 and 57 (97, 131, 159, 167, 185, 193, 205, 231)

  Snowtown to Yacka, Blyth to Brinkworth, Kangaroo Flat Roads Intersection - No.30 (39)

  Solar Citrus Peel Drying Facility, Glossop - No.28 (39)

  Southern Districts War Memorial Hospital Services - No.6 (5)

  State Bank, Oppose Sale of - No.4 (5)

  State Flora Nursery - No.55 (217)

  Supported Accommodation Assistance Program - No.12 (13)

  Swimming Pools (Safety) Act and Environmental Health Act Exemption - No.3 (5)

  Time and  Daylight Saving -  No.56 (217)

  Trading Hours Extension, Oppose - Nos 10, 17, 18 and 32 (13, 19(2), 49)

  Victor Harbor Schools Teacher Positions - No.1 (5)

  Woodcroft Police Station - No.16 (17)

  X- rated Video Games - No.5 (5)